First off, I think Jobs was a brilliant person. I think there is a lot to take away from this book, and great perspective. As with all philosophies though, it's a matter of perspective. I really disliked how he slams engineers, and manufacturers saying they got in his way due to pessimism, but then, they took to the task and pulled ahead. It almost seems as though there "is" a cult following of Jobs. I will be able to use some of what is said in my daily life, but the ego stroking, and the me, me, me, I, I, I becomes a little overbearing.
The readers voice is decent to listen to. He tries to do some of the accents to portray some of the already known business men/women, it's overall OK.
Roy does an amazing job of acting out the story that's consistent with the earlier books, and the writer does the same with keeping each part of the series consistent, and constantly re-enforcing what heard in the earlier books.
Character consistency, and the fact that you think you predicted what going to happen. Then, it goes in another direction making me want to listen to more.
With all of the characters, he has a great many voices to help youo distiniguish between them. Some may not like it because they like to paint their own picture, but I myself enjoyed it.
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